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Te wā kirihimete me te tau hou pākehā

Tēnā koe sis I thought it was a better time than ever to do a wee blog post about this strange season. The Xmas/New Year one to be exact. Te wā kirihimete me te tau hou pākehā translated is a reference to Xmas/New Year; specifically, the time that pākehā have done well to ensure we celebrate at least and it goes without saying that I am not a fan. Since 2018 when I resurrected from my downward spiral of addiction, I become aware of many, many things. I also became very passionate about and went searching for many things that...

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Aranga

Morena my sis It has been a quick minute and a tino busy one at that. Since the last post where I shared about my graduation from the Ka Hao i Te Ao program and the new journey for my whānau and I, Mauria mai tō kauae experienced significant success with the selling out of our Kirihimete Kete and the Kete Tuarua. These special tāonga were put together just in time for xmas and were also an opportunity for Mauria mai tō kauae to see how well they might go as an ongoing product and I can say with much...

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Whakawhitingia

Kia ora my sis It is done. The Ka Hao i te Ao 2020 programme and the graduation wānanga are done! What a journey it has been mahi-ing alongside some of the most inspiring people I have ever met and some new friends and whānau too. What's this programme you wander? It's a Global Indigenous E-commerce programme packed full of incredible learnings and resources to help you build your own e-commerce business. Prior to applying for this opportunity I had had some experience in business but not very much, I had tried to launch websites before and not had the...

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Kaupapa kākahu

It was 2018 when I first learned about Tukau Legacy. I remember saying to myself that I wanted to be like them when I grow up. I didn’t think that in two years I would have started my own kaupapa and launched my first piece of kaupapa kākahu. The kaupapa is always the focus, the getting here to share the kākahu, the journey to this point, it grows you. I’ve learned heaps from it. I discover something new about me, about this hikoi, about tenei ao, about the taiao. I’m so grateful I got out of me and into something...

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